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U.S. NWO Patriot Act

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posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 02:47 PM
People just think Bush is so lovey dovey, just wonderful and dandy...but truthfully, Bush is a tyrant. Nothing more nothing less as the following points out:

(circa November 20, 2001)

Bush announced vast cuts in the United States nuclear arsenal but resisted putting the cuts in a treaty, thereby averting a Senate ratification vote

Bush reorganized the Immigration and Naturalization Service without the congressional action lawmakers sought

The Bush administration seized the judicial's power as Bush signed an order allowing terrorists to be tried in military tribunals

Bush put in place intiatives to limit intelligence briefing to members of Congress

Bush took new spending authority from the legislature

Bush expanded the executive branches' power to monitor and detain those it suspects of terrorism

Bush, a single individual is going to decide whether the war will be expanded into Iraq

The Bush administration declined to cooperate with a General Accounting Office probe into Vice President Cheney's energy task force

The Bush administration declined to cooperate with a Senate request for information on new environmental regulations only after a subpoena threat

The Bush administration refused to hand over to Congress executive papers (even some from the Clinton administration)

Bush issued an executive order allowing a sitting president to block release of a predecessor's records, undermining a law Congress passed about such papers

when an open-meeting law prevented Bush's social security commission from meeting privately, the group split into two so the law would not apply

in foreign affairs, the Bush administration has shown a distaste for international treaties that require congressional ratification, recently rejecting amendments to the Biological Weapons Convention in favor of actions that wouldn't require legislative approval

Bush has opposed Congress granting statutory authority to Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge, which has allowed Ridge to refuse congressional requests for him to testify

Bush's Justice Department decided, without the usual waiting period for public comment, that it could listen in on lawyer-client conversations if Attorney General (John D. Ashcroft) believes it necessary to prevent terrorism; he could do so even if people have not been charged and even in the absence of a court order

Bush administration makes it easier for the government to monitor, search, detain or deport suspects and gives the Justice Department more power to detain immigrants without charges; the Bush administration stopped saying how many people it has detained related to the September 11, 2001 attacks

Welcome to Old Russia. Bush cares less about the People or the Congress. He has an agenda, and he does not care who he robs, pains, violates rights, and/or walks over...Bush will obtain his goal of the new world order or a one world government, even if it means he must kill an American soldier.

Bush and his USA Patriot Act which means Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism aka USA Patriot. When really it should read: Uniting and Strengthening the New World Order by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Traitors (aka US NWO Patriot Act)

Thanks for your time, Edward

posted on Aug, 13 2005 @ 09:18 PM
i agree........... bush is trying to create a one world government. if you think about it he has europ, china, japan, the afgans and the isralis eating out of his hand. before you know, the us will try to gain control over the entier world

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